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## What is the angle between electric field and electric dipole moment on axial line?

the angle between electric dipole moment and electric field strength due to dipole on axial line is **180°**.

## What is the angle between the direction of electric field at an axial point?

At AXIAL POINT the angle between direction of electric field and dipole moment is **0°**.

## What is the angle between the directions of electric field at an axial point and II Equatorial point due to an electric dipole?

The angle between the direction of electric field at any axial point and equatorial point due an electric dipole is **180∘**.

## What is the angle between the direction of electric field at any axial point and any equatorial point due to a dipole and also the ratio of their magnitudes when both points have same r?

THE DIRECTION OF ELECTRIC FIELD IS IN THE SAME DIRECTION AS DIPOLE DIRECTION (FROM NEGATIVE CHARGE TO POSITIVE CHARGE) IN AXIAL POINT BUT IN EQUATORIAL THERE IS A ANGLE DIFFERENCE **OF 180°** BETWEEN DIPOLE DIRECTION AND EQUATORIAL POINT DIRECTION (FROM POSITIVE CHARGE TO NEGATIVE CHARGE). THANK YOU.

## At what angle electric flux is minimum?

The electric flux through the surface is minimum when the angle between **e and a** is. salonitomar2770 is waiting for your help.

## What is SI unit of electric dipole moment?

The SI composite unit of electric dipole moment is **the ampere second meter**.

## What is the angle between electric dipole?

The angle between electric dipole moment and electric field on the equatorial line is **180°** as both of them are in opposite directions.

## Which of the following will be deflected in electric field?

Alpha particles are positively charged, beta particles are negatively charged, and gamma radiation is electrically neutral . This means that **alpha and beta radiation** can be deflected by electric fields , but gamma radiation cannot.

## What is the electric potential due to an electric dipole on equatorial line?

Electric potential at any point in the equatorial plane of dipole is **zero**.

## How does an electric field of short electric dipole vary with distance on the equatorial line?

For an electric dipole (at large distances), The **electric potential varies inversely with the square of the distance**. For a point charge, The electric potential varies inversely with the distance.

## What is the value of angle between electric dipole and electric field for minimum torque?

The dipole is in constant equilibrium if **θ = 0 ^{}**. A dipole in stable equilibrium, when Electric filed and dipole moment are perpendicular to each other i.e. the angle between them is zero degrees and torque will be maximum.